President George Manneh Weah on Monday, August 27, 2018, commissioned newly confirmed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia, His Honor, Joseph Nagbe in fulfillment of the Constitution.
The Liberian leader in a summarized remark described Cllr. Nagbe as great man, and expressed hope in Sinoe County former Senator ability to justify the confidence reposed in him.
“I have the privilege and honor to be here for this program in honor of a father and brother who has been given the opportunity to serve our country.”
“I want to thank Chief Justice, Francis Korkpor for accepting that our son joins the Supreme Court Bench. Honorable Nagbe, I know you can do the job.”
President Weah said he did not appoint Cllr. Nagbe on the basis of friendship but in keeping with his hard work and understanding of the law.
Associate Justice Nagbe thanked President Weah for giving him the opportunity to serve his country and pledged to do his best to interpret the law into context.
His Honor, Joseph Nagbe replaces retired Justice Philip A. Z. Banks, who was subsequently confirmed by the Honorable Liberian Senate after acquiring the age.
Several officials of government as well as prominent sons of Sinoe County, where the new Associate Justice hails, graced the red-lettered commissioning ceremony.
Curtsy Executive Mansion